Question about 2008 Dodge Caliber
Scraping noise every time i turn my wheel at about 10 mph. do you think this could be the catalytic converter?
No, my guess is your experiencing a little rust on brake rotors, or something similar. What happens when you do it with slight pressure on brakes, does noise change? Does it matter which way you turn? Doesn't happen at other speeds?
Posted on Mar 27, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
well i can help with problem #2
even if you tightened the wheel bearing, it is probably worn out..
what it does when it's loose is you won't hear much noise when you drive on a strait road but the minute you put some weight on it, like when you take a curve, the weight of the body is applied on the bearing resulting in a scraping noise....
and the faster you'll drive the more noise you'll get
so let's say you take a left turn you're gonna hear noise from the right wheel...
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
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